If you've landed on this page, it's because you've expressed interest in having me present on digital accessibility best practices for social media to your team, agency, chapter, class, or other grouping of people who want to learn new things. My usual presentation is slideshow style and about 30–35 minutes long. It includes slides that go over:
Any remaining time is devoted to Q+A and general discussion. If there's something in particular you'd like me to stress in my presentation, please let me know ahead of time. I'm always happy to adjust based on the needs of your team and how you typically use social media.
I do not currently have a presentation fee and instead ask that your organization make a voluntary donation to the American Association of People with Disabilities. I leave that up to your discretion though.
I'm excited about the opportunity to present to your group about digital accessibility best practices for social media, so let's chat and confirm a date! If you need a headshot or bio from me, keep scrolling and you'll find everything you need below.
And if you want to know how to say my last name correctly, it's very German and pronounced HINE-RICK. My pronouns are she/her.
Alexa Heinrich is the Social Media Manager for St. Petersburg College (SPC) in Florida. She is a passionate advocate for creating accessible and inclusive content for digital communications as well as educating others on the realities of working in social media.
Alexa Heinrich is the Social Media Manager for St. Petersburg College (SPC) in Florida where she oversees the college’s numerous social media accounts and blogs. She is a passionate advocate for creating accessible and inclusive content for social media and has presented educational webinars on the subject to several different organizations including Harvard University, John Deere, GoFundMe, and the Great Lakes ADA Center.
Listen, I really dig my ring light and the Bluetooth remote it came with, so you have a lot of headshot options for me if you need one to help promote my presentation internally or externally. Download whichever image you prefer and crop as needed.